- anonymous

1.
Write the inequality for the graph.
number line
(1 point)
x > 4
x ≥ 4
x ≤ 4
2.
Write the inequality for the graph.
number line
(1 point)
x = –4
x > –4
x ≠ –4
3.
Which number line shows the solution to x < —3? (1 point)
number line
number line
number line
4.
Which number line shows the solution to m ≤ –1? (1 point)
number line
number line
number line
5.
Which number line shows the solution to y < 6? (1 point)
number line
number line
number line
6.
Which number

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- eyust707

In general its usually better to ask one question at a time on OpenStudy.

- eyust707

I will help you with number 1.

- eyust707

So we have a number line|dw:1354991653638:dw|

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- eyust707

This line represents all the numbers... I we put a point at 4... that represents the number 4

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- eyust707

but we want to represent x>4 which is all numbers greater than 4

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- eyust707

ill finish my example and you should be able to do #1

- eyust707

x>4 is all numbers grater than 4..... but it does not include 4

- eyust707

to represent this we shade in all the numbers greater than 4 and put a little hollow circle at 4 to show that exactly 4 is not included

- eyust707

|dw:1354991889973:dw|

- eyust707

if it was \(x \ge 4 \) then we want to also represent the case when x actually is 4.. so we would have a solid point at 4

- eyust707

like this|dw:1354991993933:dw|

- anonymous

can you show me the answers

- eyust707

I would prefer to teach you how to do it.

- anonymous

but my time on test

- anonymous

can you show me later

- eyust707

Sorry, It's your test... not mine. I already passed that test.

- anonymous

ok teach me

- eyust707

Have you read what i've written so far?

- anonymous

yes

- eyust707

Okay so what did you put for #1

- anonymous

X>2

- anonymous

plz don't know math

- eyust707

thats not even a choice 0.o

- anonymous

O.0

- anonymous

then what do you put for the answer 1

- eyust707

I answered number one during my first 11 posts.. If you read them you would have the answer

- anonymous

you said you help me one time

- eyust707

In #1:
Are all the number above 4 shaded?

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